Welcome to the 11th week of Real Food Deals! This carnival is devoted to sharing methods for saving money on wholesome foods. Each of us will define real food a little differently and that is fine. Your deals don’t need to be organic, just healthier in some way. My working definition right now is foods that you can pronounce and your Grandma would recognize.
Your posts can be on anything related to saving money on real food. It can be very local (a how-to on foraging), regional or nation wide (grocery chains or food companies offering coupons), on tips in general (a guide to shopping at Asian markets), or it can be a post on how to stretch your dollars by making your own “real food” (cheese, yoghurt, etc.).
The linky will remain open until Friday at midnight. Multiple entries are welcome. Please include a link to this carnival in your post. Make sure you link directly to your post, not your blog’s URL, to make it easier for us to find your money saving tips!
The local grocery stores in Northern Nevada have extended their sales from last week, so if you live in Northern Nevada and haven’t done your grocery shopping yet, you can visit here to see the sales on organic groceries.
Since I have nothing new to share this week, I thought I would share some highlights from former Real Food Deals submissions.
Coupon Roundups: (Some of the coupons may no longer be available)
Home Baked Goods:
Using Holiday Leftovers:
How are you saving money on healthy food this week?